Get these 5 Instagram photos at home on your own wall

Jul 15 2016, 5:20 am


604 Canvas is back again – this time with five Instagram photos deemed worthy of making it onto your own wall.

Each month it revisits Instagram’s beauteous Vancouver based photos with the challenge of choosing some of the best ones fit for being featured.

Get any of this month’s following five options on your own wall to celebrate our city in its most spectacular moments.

Birch Bay on the May Long Weekend by James Abbott

“My family often goes camping at Birch Bay State Park just over the line in Washington on the May Long Weekend. This year we had some spectacular sunsets! This is looking west from the park across to Boundary Bay, on the horizon. So relaxing to sit at the beach and watch the sun set.  Taken with my Canon 70D, 24-105L lens, ISO 100, 1/1250 at f/5.6, handheld.”

To view more of James’ work visit:

Instagram: @jamesabbott1963


Steveston by Robert Demeter

Steveston / Robert Demeter

“Beautiful sunset at Steveston fishing village with a colourful sky.”

To view more of Rob’s work visit:

Instagram: @Robertdemeterphotography


Lighthouse Park by Sanya Lakhani 

Lighthouse Park / Sanya Lakhani

Lighthouse Park / Sanya Lakhani

“Lighthouse Park is one of the most scenic parks located in West Vancouver. For me, it’s a place where I feel like I can escape reality and just shoot. I truly believe that you don’t take a photo, you make it.” 

To view more of Sanya’s work visit:

Instagram: @photosbysan_

Rainbow Sales by Jenn Chan Photography 

Rainbow Sales / Jenn Chan Photography

Rainbow Sales / Jenn Chan Photography

“Gay pride parades are happily no longer protests in search of gay rights, but celebrations of the acceptance the LGTB community. It is not a universal, worldwide acceptance, as some bigoted cultures still exist, but here in North America we embrace our LGTB friends and family and protect their rights. Canada Place, seen here in classic rainbow colours, lights their 90-foot Teflon ‘sails’ in memoriam and solidarity with the victims of the Orlando attack.”

Run Jerome by Jenn Chan Photography

Run Jerome / Jenn Chan Photography

Run Jerome / Jenn Chan Photography

“Harry Jerome is a Canadian legend. The former ‘fastest man on Earth’ won numerous gold medals in the 100 meter dash, and held the world record for nearly a decade. He is memorialized with this 9-foot bronze statue in Stanley Park in his native Vancouver.”

To view more of Jenn’s work visit:

Instagram: @jennchanphotography

Twitter: @jennchanphoto


Want to get your work featured? 

Use the hashtag #VCBCanvasWorthy on Instagram posts. Winners will be chosen at the end of the month. To be eligible you must be following @VancityBuzz @JennChanPhotography and @604canvas. 

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